Son's quilt, revisited
Okay, I've been busy this last week finishing my son's denim squares quilt.
I decided to give it a solid backing instead of corduroy squares.
Someone mentioned using a flat sheet?
Do I buy the highest thread count or will just any type do?
I realized it's going to be too heavy if I make it denim on one side & corduroy on the other, & it's going to take too much time & effort to cut out, I'm guessing, a couple hundred squares of corduroy.
I have decided to instead take apart portions of the denim quilt facing, removing squares that are thin & those that are the same color side-by-side, & maybe those that are dis or odd-colored, & replace them with cordoruy. This will be a feat in itself.
That'll be a lot easier than remaking the whole quilt or making another block quilt in all corduroy squares, which is what he wants in addition to a denim square quilt!!! He doesn't want much, does he?!